Grateful Dead Live at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on 1995-02-24
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
shntool-fixed version (by Jeff Kempka?) of previous shn set: AT 4071 > DAT @48k; Transfer: DA-20mkII > Hosa S/PDIF > Delta DiO 2496 > Peak (downsampling/ normalizing) > WAV > SHN (no extraction); Transferred, SHNed, and seeded by Jon Seff
- AT 4071 > DAT @48k > DA-20mkII > Hosa S/PDIF > Delta DiO 2496 > Peak (downsampling/ normalizing) > WAV > SHN (no extraction)
- Oakland, CA
- Audience - AT 4071's
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Jon Seff
Subject: Just for 2 notes
to this guy "if Oakland is not the dumpiest part of this country, than what is?"
please, stop writing words for public consumption. check out the Visions. but first, check your grammar. 4 stars for the mushrooms and killer spot in front of Phil. 1 star for Cutler, Vince and the Long Way. 5 stars cause it was the reviewer's 1st visit to the bay - don't come back!
Subject: Much better than Fat Tuesday
bBback to 2/24/95-- I normally don't bother with audience recordings, but there's currently no SB for this Oakland show on the archive. I am so happy to have confirmation, even from an audience recording (no offense to taper or poster) that proves this was far better than the catastrophe that occurred two nights later on Mardi Gras. As for this one, though-- I'd like to hear the Board-- if someone would upload???
Subject: Three star rating so as not to skew numbers
Subject: Sad run
The reviewers who dump on Oakland don't know Oakland. Like every big town it has it's bad hoods, but it's a great, diverse city with a lot of soul and culture.
San Francisco is fine, but it's for the rich now. Oakland is where real people live, make art, music and cool stuff.
Subject: Oakland sound for audience tapes
As to this run. Whattaya gonna do? It's brutal as is a lot of '95 but what gets my goat is the raving about the Seattle '95 show that also opens with Help>Slip>Frank. Okay, raving is a bit strong I know, but I was at that show and loved it at the time but have never felt it holds up on tape. In fact it's kind of embarrassing. There are other shows in '95 that are better and yet that show is singled out as the the best. I threw it on last week to be sure. Maybe I'll compare. Or maybe I'll just throw on a show from '72. Yeah, that sound like a good idea.
Subject: Good Show
Subject: you knew the end was near...
Subject: Final Oakland Run
Subject: this show rocks!
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